antistaphylococcic

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an·ti·staph·y·lo·coc·cic

(an'tē-staf'i-lō-kok'sik),
Antagonistic to staphylococci or their toxins.

antistaphylococcic

, antistaphylococcal (an″tī″staf″ĭ-lō-kok′sik) (kok′ăl) [ anti- + staphylococc(us) + -ic]
Destructive to staphylococci.
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A Cochrane review identified no benefit to routine antistaphylococcal therapy in individuals with atopic dermatitis in the absence of clinical infection.
aureus infection in 348 NICUs, inadequate empiric antibiotic treatment (defined as not including > 1 antibiotic with antistaphylococcal activity on day one of treatment) was associated with increased mortality among neonates with infection due to methicillin-resistant S.
Previous results from our laboratory established the antistaphylococcal activity of carnosic acid (MIC of 8 [micro]g/ml) and its capacity to potentiate the activity of gentamicin against the pan-susceptible strain ATCC25923 (Moreno et al.
We designed this multicenter prospective study to confirm the prognostic role of high MICs for vancomycin and to explore if increased MICs for other antistaphylococcal agents could also influence the risk for developing complicated MSSA CRBSI.
aureus colonization is an important factor in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis and should lead to evaluations of targeted antistaphylococcal therapy for the skin and nose, the investigators advised.
This is also an effective oral antistaphylococcal agent.
In addition, antibiotic-impregnated EVDs should be used and antistaphylococcal prophylaxis should be administered with EVD insertion.
Antistaphylococcal effect of enterocin AS-48 in bakery ingredients of vegetable origin, alone and in combination with selected antimicrobials.
Moreover, surgical site infection (SSI) prophylaxis with one preoperative dose of an intravenously administered antibiotic that was of antistaphylococcal activity before the hepatobiliary surgery has been utilized as the standard of care.
The antistaphylococcal properties of plant extracts in relation to their prospective use as therapeutic and prophylactic formulations for the skin] [Article in Russian] Vestn Dermatol Venerol.
Tuberculosis is considered as a public health problem in Tunisia (affects about 17 Tunisian people /100,000 every year according to The National League against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease) and the increasing risks of toxicity with using high RIF doses in antistaphylococcal infections justify the necessity of RIF TDM.